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- n. One who suffers from narcolepsy
- adj. Pertaining to narcolepsy
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or affected with narcolepsy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who has narcolepsy
- adj. of or relating to narcolepsy
- n. a soporific drug that produces an uncontrollable desire to sleep
Ali flipped to another page in the dictionary, trying to find the word for narcoleptic.
Where, say, undergraduate Marxists share a certain narcoleptic insouciance, freshly afflicted Randians evince a showier disregard for those who can’t or won’t see the light.
This is a modern homage to noir, featuring a narcoleptic detective.
I really have been laughing about what you wrote espeically about being narcoleptic and the red light bulb makes them look evil!
Also on deck in this busy episode: Jerry Stiller as a narcoleptic judge, and Ugly Betty's America Ferrera as the illegal nanny of Peter's campaign rival Wendy Scott-Carr, which puts her on Eli Gold's radar.
See, Goofy, you narcoleptic moron, this is why you can't hold onto a job.
The continuing adventures of a narcoleptic piano accordianist.
We sat and talked but our conversation was punctuated by her narcoleptic lapses into sleep.
I dont know whats come over me A narcoleptic cloud or the fact that lent is approaching and with it the lack of carbohydrates.
It takes a good deal of time to explain why a harassed lawyer, his domineering mother-in-law, narcoleptic uncle, his ex-cook and a fellow legal letch should all arrive at a Parisian lovenest on the same night.